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INL announces projects around hydrogen, nuclear power

This article was updated on November 5 to correct misstatements. Idaho National Laboratory has announced new pursuits and recent partnerships in further pursuit of green energy. Recently INL has joined two consortia around researching and producing “green hydrogen,” which, as ...

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Bar, restaurant, venue owners discuss COVID-19 survival (access required)

Bars, live music venues and restaurants continue to face an uphill battle as COVID-19 concerns continue and Idaho moves backward in its reopening phases, but industry leaders are coming together to fight. Dave Krick, restaurant owner, Eric Gilbert, live music ...

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New Boise Water Renewal Utility Plan goes with the flow (access required)

After nearly five years of planning, the City of Boise is heading toward its 20-year implementation phase of a Water Renewal Utility Plan, and discussions of funding that plan are currently underway. Officials are proud of the public engagement used ...

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Brighton opens 55+ residential community by The Village (access required)

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Brighton picked a picture-perfect day to host the grand opening for its latest project, a 55+ residential community for active adults, called Bri at the Village. The project brings 166 units — studio, one- and two-bedroom — to the ever-expanding ...

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Franchise operators finding supportive home in Idaho (access required)

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You’ve probably heard that Idaho is a great place to start up a business, large or small, but business owners are learning it’s a great place to open a franchise, even during a global pandemic. Planet Fitness is a franchise ...

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CBRE recruits broker team for new Boise service offerings (access required)

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Commercial real estate company CBRE has announced it is expanding its presence in the Treasure Valley market, now adding brokerage services for industrial projects and an investment property sales team to its existing appraisal services. Four industry professionals — Jake ...

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LabStats launches dashboard to help remote instruction (access required)

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When the pandemic forced many colleges and universities to shift to exclusively remote learning, LabStats saw two things happen to the business model: much of the customer base no longer needed its primary product, and, during a time of budget ...

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Boise livability still tops charts despite rising home prices (access required)

Small businesses like those in the Capital City Public Market provide more than half of Idaho jobs. Photo by Fiona Montagne. photo of boise farmers market

Boise continues to receive national attention as being a desirable place to live, and the outcomes are rubbing some residents the wrong way: benefits like a stronger economy are coupled with expensive home prices — a boon for sellers and ...

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INL preferred site for first-of-its-kind Versatile Test Reactor (access required)

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Overall the future of nuclear energy in Idaho is looking bright, despite slowed funding. Idaho National Laboratory continues to advance as the preferred site for a first-of-its-kind Versatile Test Reactor, Kemal Pasamehmetoglu, executive director of the Versatile Test Reactor program, ...

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